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Managing gemsets

You can not only use completely separate gemsets per application/project/etc... you can also export and load them very easily, too.

To export a gemset, assuming a project called 'teddy' running on Ruby 2.1.1:

$ rvm 2.1.1@teddy do gemset export

creates an 'teddy.gems' file.

Alternatively, if you already have a ruby selected

rvm gemset export

creates a 'default.gems' file.

You can specify the gemset filename prefix, also

rvm gemset export teddy.gems

A subtle difference with the above command is to leave off the '.gems' which will export the gems for the gemset named 'mygemsetname'

rvm gemset export teddy